L’Occitane Hand Creams are particularly helpful during the winter months when the air is dry and cold. Even scaly, irritated skin can greatly benefit from the wonders of L’Occitane Hand Creams. With regular use, chapped skin can return to a soft and healthy state and maintain its health day after day.
L’Occitane Hand Creams contain nourishing oils and lipids that help to restore the skin’s natural defense barrier. This can help prevent many problems that occur when the hands are continually exposed to the elements. L’Occitane Hand Creams are luxurious and pampering, making caring for the hands a pleasure.
There is a variety of different products from the L’Occitane Hand Creams line. L’Occitane Hand Creams in different formulas for different needs and tastes.
L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream is a classic cream with 20% shea butter in a rich formula that absorbs nicely so as not to leave a sticky and heavy residue on the skin. L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream nourishes and softens, improving the look and feel of dry, chapped hands. Honey, almond and coconut oil are blended into the formula to provide extra moisture and nourishment for hands in need of extra help.
L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream also comes in a convenient one ounce size for easy touch ups while away from home. The small sized tube can be popped easily into a hand bag.
For those who prefer a lighter formula, there is L’Occitane Shea Butter Extra Gentle Lotion For Hands & Body. This is a versatile lotion that can be used all over the body, face and hands to restore moisture and softness. The lotion contains 5% shea butter making it hydrating but not nearly as rich as the hand cream.
L’Occitane 100% Pure Shea Butter is perfect for those who want just shea butter and nothing else. Shea butter is a natural emollient and is solid until it warms with contact on the skin. L’Occitane 100% Pure Shea Butter comes in a tin and offers maximum intense moisture for skin that is very dry. It is ideal for those with sensitive skin who have trouble tolerating ingredients that are common to skin moisturizers.